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critical depth

[′krid·ə·kəl ′depth]
(hydrology)
In a water channel, that depth at which the flow is at its minimum energy with respect to the bottom of the channel.
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The experimental results show that the proposed method can increase the critical depth of cut for glass material larger than 3 pm.
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the critical depth of a normal crack, and which causes the yield stress in tensile reinforcement, the availability of such research data in scientific literature is limited (Murthy et al.
This is not an academic work, by the author's own admission, and while reasonably argued, it avoids critical depth.
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With this technology, the patients continue to experience the benefits of minimal invasive surgery, while the surgeon gains the critical depth perception he needs during the operation.
The critical depth for effectiveness with respect to increased bearing capacity is typically four column diameters.
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A hypothesis has been advanced according to which all materials, regardless of their hardness and brittleness, will undergo a transition from a brittle to a ductile regime below a critical depth of cut.
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c] = section factor corresponding to critical depth yc and Z = section factor corresponding to depth of flow y.
Now available in a more compact package, the new "floating" head is ideal for critical depth machining applications when surface tolerance of the workpiece is an issue.